While I don't care much about these marketing events called Father's day, I have been talking to several founders around parenting and how they deal with it.
Given the timing (of Father's day), let's talk about ..well, how do you deal with being a dadprereneur.
I have 2 kids (both boys) and one of my biggest guilt feeling is around not being able to play with them or spend a lot of quality time with them.
Sometimes I don't even know much about their school activities. So I try to catchup over dinner - but that's a bit futile when the TV is on
How do you guys handle the pressure of being a dadpreneur ? Buying toys is more of a driven by guilt emotion than anything else, IMO.
A song to remember, all of us dadpreneurs !!